Such a need campground where many spots are on the side of a hill and the campfire ring is above or below it on the hill.
Large campground with four separate loops. The primitive sites are shaded and large. The RV spots are closer together. Some spots have beautiful views of the lake or forest. Golf carts are for rent at $45 a day which is fun. We never felt the need to leave the campground, however, if you forget something don’t rely on the camp store to have it. You’ll need to drive 10-15 to a nearby store.
Bath houses were cleaned very often! We had no issues with the trash as mentioned in an earlier post.
We tent camped here a few years ago and had the loudest neighbors. The brought a chainsaw to cut up wood, let their little kids roam wild and packed up around 6am. Our spot had no privacy either. We’ve tried to give this campground another chance but can never find spots that look decent.
My kids loved the water slide and Gaga pit! Sites are small but this seems to be the norm in this area. We spent about twice the amount we normally do for the site but it did include a full hookup and a stream running behind it. Overall it was a little pricey but had great features. Would have given this a 4.5 if that was an option. Our site had some garbage and the fire pit wasn’t cleaned prior to our arrival. Staff was readily available and friendly!
If I could give this 3.5 stars that would be more appropriate. Some camps sites were nice and spacious others had no privacy. Most of the campground is shaded though. Some staff were good others just okay. The ATV and ropes course on site were excellent! The free bike trails were hard to find. The “lake” was really more like a large pond. Lots of trails and spaces to explore but many of the amenities were run down. About 15 minutes to drive down to downtown Nashville.
Plenty of good camping spots. Bathrooms were average. Huge lake if you want to do any water activities.